We know a lot of our listeners hate clowns and got a little uncomfortable with our last episode. So as a way of saying “get over it, you pussies” we did another clown movie! What happens when a bunch of the world’s most dangerous killers, all housed in the same facility, break out and run amok at carnival? Well, they make a movie about it and 3 idiots get together and tell stupid jokes while discussing the movie. You should know that by now. You stupid, podcast listening, idiot, morons. Aunt Maggie was a bitch and got what she deserved. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 74.
Hey internet, shut up! I know the episode was supposed to go up yesterday, but muscle relaxers and and bourbon make Matty go night night. Or maybe listening to the sweet, sultry, sounds of our voices just lulled me to sleep? No, our show is great, and I was on a gooooooood one! This week we talk a little bit about Wolf Creek TV, Chris touches “it”, there’s an impersonation of Donald Trump doing an impersonation, Jorge talks about his newest research project and fear for the new Dark Tower film, then we sink our teeth into (see what we did there?) 2015’s Bite. Brace yourselves, the term “Gallows mad” gets mentioned a couple times. Don’t forget our Frights & Pints charity event this weekend! Get on it. You can donate directly right here if you’d like to help out, and be entered to win a sweet prize pack! Now, we’re going to give you six new assholes. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 69 duuuuuuuuude!
I’m completely dumbfounded that we have only covered one Troma film in our three years as a show and we’re fixing that right meow! If you don’t know Troma then buckle up, buttercup! Troma films are jam packed with terrible acting, horrible plots, cringe worthy dialogue, tons of boobs and buckets of blood! This week’s film is no exception. We get our hands dirty with 2015’s
The Slashening and things get nanners (or taters if that floats your boat). We also talk about the aftermath of Texas Frightmare Weekend, Puppet Master news, more…fuckin…Ghostbusters (it’s not going away) and giggle at the new Bloodsucka Jones vs The Creeping Death trailer. Your mouth would make an interesting urinal; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 67!
It has been said, that every time the Who Goes There Podcast does a major horror release the film is hated and ultimately…made fun of. It has also been said that if a horror film is not rated R how good can it actually be. It has also been said that Matt is a two dimensional character that only likes “tits, blood, gore and wrasslin.”
What happens when we get the uncrowned queen of blood, gore and wrasslin: Gigi Saul Guerrero and her minions (Luchagore Productions/El Gigante/Mexican Barbaro/Madre Dios) to discuss a PG-13 horror film that has none of the above? Will the guys finally like a major studio horror release? Can PG-13 horror actually be good? Does Matt know the difference between and wrestler and a Luchador? How could everything be just a bit more brutal? Tune in for answers to these and other pressing questions as we take a look at 2016, major studio release…The Boy. Wait until they get a load of my Latino heat! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 59!
Don’t you just love the holidays? The time where you get holiday themed versions of everything you already loved? No? You hate it? Tough titties because this is our Christmas episode! We take a look at tons of useless stuff that you can buy for your ungrateful loved ones, Matt gets sentimental about the true meaning of Christmas, Jorge professes his love for online gaming, and we get a ten year old’s opinions of Michael Daugherty’s Krampus! Yeah, I don’t know why we didn’t do Santa’s Slay again either. Looks like Grandpa got run over by a reindeer; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 55!
Merry Krampus and joyous Festivus! We waited until the holidays were over and done to bring you our Christmas episode because really, what kind of nerd listens to a podcast on Christmas? Hold on to your butts because shit is about to get weird, we’ve got a Jewish wrestler Santa, man eating bison, holiday hooters, elf bowling, bazookas, Claire from Lost, and the son of Satan, that’s right, we reviewed 2005’s Santa’s Slay. We’re joined by Steven Baeza of horror punk band Batlords for the most off the wall episode we’ve ever done. We’re just trying to spread a little yuletide FEAR, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 33.
Argentine filmmaker Guillermo Martinez has released new stills, poster and teaser for When Your Flesh Screams!, produced by Vindicta Films of La Plata, Buenos Aires.
When Your Flesh Screams! is a horror film from the rape and revenge sub-genre in the vein of The Last House on the Left and I Spit on Your Grave. Continue reading
I find it rather strange that until today, we’ve only done one slasher flick on our podcast (Maniac). Not only are slashers my favorite type of horror movie; they’re jam packed with gruesome, innovative deaths, high body counts, and more boobs than you could shake…well…a bunch of boobs at!
In this episode we’re joined by Chris Woods of The Sleaze Box, to take a look at what is arguably the godfather of the slasher genre as we know it, Mario Bava’s 1971 classic Twitch of the Death Nerve, better known as Bay of Blood! It’s got it all, cheesy dialouge, jiggly boo boos, stupid teenagers, brutal deaths, and buckets of blood! So grab your water wings, because down here, we all float. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 32!
Here it is, our dirty 30! It seems oddly appropriate that our 30th episode would be a Halloween episode, with our good friend Amigo The Devil, about a movie that is “as horror as horror gets”. In what is, without a doubt one of the most funny episodes we’ve ever done, we take a look at 2012’s Found, and things get weird. In what Jorge describes as “the most uncomfortable conversation I’ve ever been a part of”, we’ve got mammary mastication, edible eyeballs, adolescent ball gags, severed head sex acts, blood baths, and our usual stupid jokes.So sit tight, and keep the home fires burning, and if we’re not back by dawn, call the president. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast, episode 30!
In some of the biggest nonsense I’ve heard lately: Shinji Mikami’s upcoming survival horror game The Evil Within — known as Psycho Break in Japan — is clearly a hotly anticipated game both here and overseas. Unfortunately, those who reside in Japan will either have to endure a censored version of the game or preorder it to gain access to The Gore Mode DLC, which unlocks all of the blood and viscera you could ever want. Continue reading